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Date: Mon Nov 9 11:44:26 2020
Subject: 20.11.09 Postdoc in time-dependent DFT, electron dynamics, or quantum computing at Univ. of California, Riverside
A new postdoctoral position is available immediately in the 
computational chemistry/physics group of Prof. Bryan M. Wong at the 
University of California-Riverside.

We are an extremely productive and highly-published multidisciplinary 
group located in sunny Southern California (close to Los Angeles), with 
an interest in both method development and application in the 
chemistry/physics and material science of quantum-mechanical systems. 
A website of our interests and publications can be found at:

Job description: For this position, we are looking for a postdoctoral 
associate with experience in any of the following: 

time-dependent electron dynamics
non-adiabatic dynamics
quantum computing (i.e. quantum control, qubits, quantum information)

Specific expertise in these areas is *not* an explicit requirement 
(although it is helpful), and more importance will be placed on the 
applicant's expertise in understanding contemporary electronic structure 
methods and/or methodological development with first-principles quantum 

Working from home [even from a different country!] is now allowable by our university.

The postdoc will:

Develop and run calculations using standard and non-standard ab initio 
and quantum codes.

Write journal articles on developed methods, calculations, and results.

Assist in the mentoring of graduate students.

Attend conferences and present work.

To apply, please send a full CV and concise description of your 
expertise to Prof. Bryan Wong at bryan.wong (at)

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